The home belonging to the late Ricardo Montalban has hit the market. The Real Estalker reports that the home in the Los Angeles Bird Streets area is now for sale. The Montalban House was designed by architect Ricardio Legorreta and sits high up in the hills. The angular homes is a series of cubes arranged for maximum view potential. There's lots to love here including tile floors, wide terraces and big windows. The water features are interesting too. A thin swimming pool runs along the side of the house next to a terrace and reaches its end in a blue-tiled square. Certainly there are dated elements of the house such as the mirrored wall in the dining room but whoever buys it is getting a treasure with solid bones. The only thing I think might bother some potential buyers is the long flat ceilings but it's hard to know without being in the house how the space really feels. It is listed at $20 million and the property website is here
. Some of the Real Estalker's commenters seem to think that it is a bit high. I'm guessing that it will probably get a $5 million price cut relatively soon.
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